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    Becoming A Radiologist

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    Radiology seems like an amazing career to go into. Radiologists take X-rays of people and learn about the bones. Becoming a radiologist takes a lot of knowledge and work. Radiology requires a lot of work, such as an associates degree, passing a certification exam, and having skills in technology, math, and interpersonal connections. The skills and education needed to become a radiologist seem difficult. Radiologists need an associates degree, had to of passed a certification exam, and must have…

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    importance discussed as they tie into the workflow of the radiology department. HIS Patient Registration and Order Entry The workflow begins when the patient is visiting their doctor or admitted to the hospital. The patient will fill out paperwork that explains the patient 's current issues as well as updated medical history…

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    The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists is the official website of the organization that specializes in radiation therapy and the education of radiology. The website provides a large variety of options that can be useful for students continuing their education or anyone looking for job opportunities related to the field of radiology. The website includes a mission statement, their core values and commitment statements. It's a reliable source because it's constantly updated with new…

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    medical school, a physician must complete four years of a radiology residency, which is a combination of specialty medical education and paid on-the-job training, to become a radiologist. Residents complete clinical rotations in different subspecialties of radiology, attend lectures and conduct research. Some radiologists then go on to complete additional training so that they may further specialize. For example, interventional radiology, which requires doctors to use catheters, wires and other…

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    Radiologist Career Essay

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    there are still questions, I have to ask to the individuals of radiology. What are the challenges that radiologic face? Is the workplace a high stressful place? What is the average salary of a diagnostic radiologist? What are the steps that are need to take in order to become a diagnostic radiologist? Methods I began my research by first asking Google questions that I always have for radiologists. For example, is the field of radiology a great field to work in? Does the job ever get boring?…

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    Roll Of Radiography

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    Role of a Radiographer What is the role of Radiographer? Most of the people do not even know what Radiographers do. Like me, when I first heard the word radiographer, I was thinking of someone who works in the radio but that is so far from the truth. A radiographer is an important part of medicine, in a patient’s diagnosis and treatment. The role of a radiographer uses x-ray to create images of body parts and organs for diagnostic purposes. The diagnosis from a radiographer’s image can affect,…

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    ways that X-ray, CT, and MRI alone cannot, providing the most accurate way to study and diagnose specific abnormalities within the body’s elements, making nuclear medicine one of the most valuable modality radiology has to offer. Nuclear medicine brings a unique aspect to the field of radiology. Radiologists use X-ray, MRI, and CT to detect the anatomical aspect of diagnosing conditions,…

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    Radio-Diagnostic Error

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    a significant number of images from the same dataset when he interpreted them a second time. The Board of Roentgenology advised that such findings be subjected to a thorough investigation. This, accordingly, led to the investigation of error in radiology and the causes that influence radiological…

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    Being A Radiographer Essay

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    diagnosing or monitoring patient 's injury or illness. Being a radiographer is a good career choice for me because it has a good salary and benefits, there are different types of radiography, work with different machines, cons for radiographers, and radiology plays a vital role in healthcare. The "starting salary for radiographers is 36,000 to 40,000 a year in North Carolina" as stated by Kristen Miller, Wilkes Community College instructor.…

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    neighboring town that Swedish American Health System in Rockford Illinois owns. At SwedishAmerican Medical Center/Belvidere, we currently have one Philips x-ray room and one AMX portable x-ray machine. The medical center only has one computed radiology (CR) laser reader. The x-ray room and portable x-ray both utilize this (CR) laser reader. If the laser reader happens to break down, we have no way of developing our images. In addition, there are times that more than one technologist is…

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